Five Must-Have Retro Gadgets
Who said that growing up means giving up your toys?
The venerable German camera maker Leica has reinvented the favorite tool of star photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson, and the 2009 take is every bit as sleek as the legendary M3, with a die-cast magnesium-alloy body painted with a brass, black, or gray finish. You won't be working in 35mm, but the digital shots have 18-megapixel resolution to take full advantage of Leica's incomparable arsenal of lenses.
Leica M9 ($6,995, leica-camera.com)